In Chitwan National Park, nature breathes life; it fascinates; it invokes a sense of profound presence. Extending over 360 square miles in the subtropical region of Nepal, this preservation site is at the confluence of meandering river systems, scenic hills, and the largest remaining tall grassland habitat in the area.
UNESCO recognized the park as a World Heritage Site in 1984 for the invaluable diversity of animal species. Truly, it is all about the wildlife in Chitwan. Playful rhinos, colorful birds, and majestic leopards roam wild and free in flocks all across the vast land. But the real sight is the iconic Bengal tiger, a lifetime dream of every wildlife enthusiast. An encounter with the charismatic creature is the highlight of any trip to Chitwan National Park. These sightings are not common or easy, though, due to the high level of human activity and the dense vegetation dominating the area. However, it only adds to the allure of searching. You will surely be rewarded with a matchless sense of fulfillment once you set eyes on an animal.
A day brimming with adventure and thrill awaits in the park. Jeep safaris are the best way to arrive while tracking animals on foot offers an intimate experience for those who don’t mind a little extra excitement.
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